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10 things to do this week: ‘Top Gun’ trivia, block party, more | CU Boulder Today


This week brings the annual State of the Campus address, live music, Latinx Heritage Month and lotería, career development workshops, Native Welcome, CU volleyball vs. CSU and more. 

Campus community members walking outside on campusMonday, Sept. 12

 7–9 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Test your knowledge of the Top Gun movies at trivia night! I
t’s free to enter, and sign-up starts at 6 p.m. at The Connection front desk. Teams and individuals are welcome, with prizes for top finishers.


Tuesday, Sept. 13

 9 a.m.  UMC, Glenn Miller Ballroom
Join Chancellor Philip DiStefano for the annual State of the Campus address and a free breakfast. The chancellor will discuss sustaining, supporting and protecting our democracy. If you can’t attend in person, be sure to join virtually. 

 7–9 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Get down with live music every Tuesday night courtesy of the CU Jam Society.


Wednesday, Sept. 14

 10–11:30 a.m. Virtual
Advisor-advisee relationships can be complicated. This event guides participants through approaching different topics with their professional mentor. 

 4 p.m.  C4C S355
Join International Student & Support Services to meet fellow international students and support local businesses at Boulder Farmers Market. Don’t forget a reusable bag!


Thursday, Sept. 15

Noon–2 p.m.  C4C N215
Do you need to spruce up your résumé? Get a free résumé review from Career Services this Thursday. No appointment is needed.

 3–5 p.m.  UMC 347
It’s Latinx Heritage Month! The Dennis Small Cultural Center is celebrating with lotería and providing a safe space for students. Don’t forget your Buff OneCard to win prizes. 


Friday, Sept. 16

 3:30–5 p.m.  1330 Grandview Ave.
Kick off this semester with prizes and pizza! CU is welcoming incoming Native American transfer students and current students with an open house at the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies. The event will be held both indoors and outdoors.

 5:30–8:30 p.m.  19th and Goss streets
Community members and students that are currently living on or considering a future home in the Goss Grove neighborhood are welcome to come to a free block party off 19th and Goss streets. Come out to meet your neighbors, playing games and enjoy free food from local favorites Illegal Pete’s and Sweet Cow. 

 7 p.m.  CU Events Center
Cheer on the women’s volleyball team as they take on the CSU Rams this Friday.